Thread: Martial Arts films.

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    • 10 years 1 month ago
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    I don't hold with that Crouching Lizard, Rimming Elephant rubbish.

    I like those ones from the Seventies and suchlike.

    Naturally, I'll argue that Bruce Lee was the best, but I'm sure there are others I may have missed.
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      • 10 years 1 month ago
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      Ehhh, you're not famous at all.......you're notorious.
        • 10 years 13 days ago
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        Dude I love martial arts films from all different eras. I spend to much money buying those damn movies. I love samurai and ninja film also. Bruce lee is the man,but jet li is awesome also. I'm a big fan of wesley snipes and to many others to mention. I'm going to find all my martial arts films and make a list.
          • 10 years 12 days ago
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          I prefer the old Zatoichi movies and the Shaw Bros. stuff from the 70s. One-armed swordsman etc.
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            • 10 years 12 days ago
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            I use to love Martial Art movies when I was like 12-13, the ones from the 70's and early 80's were the best, with a few from the 90's, I use to love the ones that had powers or could fly, stand on walls etc. but I also loved Bruce Lee movies, along with the others, Five Deadly Venoms is one of my favorites.
              • 10 years 12 days ago
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              My taste in martial arts films are all over the place. I just ordered two really old ones by sonny chiba. Street fighter and the seven samurai.
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                • 10 years 9 days ago
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                Tony Jaa. That guy is the MAN.
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                  • 10 years 9 days ago
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                  you can't go wrong with most of the Akira Kurosawa films: Seven Samurai, Yojimbo, Sanjuro, Throne of blood, etc.
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                    • 10 years 9 days ago
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                    Quote by 80skidAK
                    Tony Jaa. That guy is the MAN.


                    I need to get some movies with tony ja in it.
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                      • 10 years 9 days ago
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                      Quote by fistoflegend
                      Quote by 80skidAK
                      Tony Jaa. That guy is the MAN.


                      I need to get some movies with tony ja in it.


                      He's in two movies that were released stateside: Ong Bak: The Thai Warrior, and The Protector.
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                        • 10 years 8 days ago
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                        The Protector was great, I heard Ong Bak: The Thai Warrior was good too, but I haven't seen it yet.
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                          • 10 years 8 days ago
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                          Tony Jaa is just as much fun to watch as Bruce Lee ever was.
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                            • 10 years 8 days ago
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                            Quote by Shazbot
                            Tony Jaa is just as much fun to watch as Bruce Lee ever was.


                            more fun if you ask me
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                              • 10 years 7 days ago
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                              Quote by 80skidAK
                              Quote by fistoflegend
                              Quote by 80skidAK
                              Tony Jaa. That guy is the MAN.


                              I need to get some movies with tony ja in it.


                              He's in two movies that were released stateside: Ong Bak: The Thai Warrior, and The Protector.


                              I'll check the thai warrior out.
                                • 10 years 7 days ago
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                                Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky anyone?
                                  • 9 years 11 months ago
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                                  Watched street fighter with sony chiba. Good film. Dude was really lowdown in that one. Funny all the films I've seen in him in he's a good guy. Funny to see him play a bad guy.
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                                    • 9 years 11 months ago
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                                    Storm Riders ...

                                    Whoa ....the special effects were just like the dragonBall Z anime ...
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                                      • 9 years 11 months ago
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                                      Best Kung-Fu movie ever. Drunken Master. Hungry Dog Eats Shit. He likes it.

                                        • 9 years 11 months ago
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                                        Sho Kosugi in the ninja movies-hell ya
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